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A variety of quartzite from Craig-choinnich lodge, near Blair atholl, Perthshire

By: Pantin, H.M.
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: 409-412pp.Subject(s): Variety - Quartzite - Craig-choinnich lodge - Blair atholl - Perthshire | Gray and white quartzite - Perthshire | Metamorphosed limestone - Blair atholl - Perthshire | Garnetiferous mica schist - Blair atholl - Perthshire | Petrology - Perthshire In: Geological magazine : Vol. 94 Iss. 1-6 Year. 1957Summary: Abstract An unusual variety of quartzite is associated with Dalradian limestone and dark schist at two localities in Upper Glen Fender, near Blair Atholl. The appearance and texture of this quartzite suggest that it is derived from a chert or jasper, and not from a sandstone.
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Abstract
An unusual variety of quartzite is associated with Dalradian limestone and dark schist at two localities in Upper Glen Fender, near Blair Atholl. The appearance and texture of this quartzite suggest that it is derived from a chert or jasper, and not from a sandstone.

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